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Posted January 8, 2020 by Mike Mineo in Radio-Friendly Pop/Folk
 
 

Har’Monique – “Oh Lawd”


“Oh Lawd” is a catchy track from Har’ Monique, an NYC-based artist churning out an accessible blend of pop and R&B, with a touch of reggae. Born in Brooklyn, Har’Monique moved to the upstate NY town of Binhamton at the age of 13. Yearning for something beyond writing novels, Monique found that R&B-infused pop was a style that meshed with her talents and influences, spanning from Whitney Houston and Toni Braxton to Michael Jackson and Usher. From there, the Har’Monique project was born. The track repeats a catchy vocal line – “oh lawd,” – amidst perky marimba-laden instrumentation. It’s a track with radio-friendly accessibility and a hypnotic, catchy melody.

Look out for Har’Monique’s debut self-titled album, a 15-track release coming soon.

“Oh Lawd” and other memorable tracks from November can also be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of November 2019’ Spotify playlist.


Mike Mineo

 
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